* * * * * WEREWOLF ISSUE 35, October 11, 2012 * * * * *

Are classes on Christian values eroding the secular nature of our school system?

Are some Hollywood productions imposing slave-like conditions on Kiwi workers?

Has Cabin in the Woods killed the slasher movie genre?

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When Local GPs are a Closed Book

Does the health system know (or care) when people can’t sign up at their local Medical Centre?

by Gordon Campbell

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When Teaching Becomes Preaching

A fresh campaign to get religious instruction out of state primary schools has reprised a very old debate.

by Alison McCulloch

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Acting Under Orders

Does John Key know the conditions facing Kiwi workers within US film and TV productions here?

by Gordon Campbell

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Bureaucratic Blind Alleys

Palestinians escaping Syria find little relief in Lebanon

by Jonathan Broadbery

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A Broader Union

Can an iwi-trade union alliance help change the economic equation in favour of workers?

by Alison McCulloch

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Elric Kane, Master of Horror

An interview with the New Zealand-raised host of Inside Horror

by Gordon Campbell

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From The Hood : Qui, Jean, Ou Est La Growth?

If Planet Key did not exist, it would be necessary to invent it.

by Lyndon Hood

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Punishment Park

Five attractive teenagers, a remote cabin in the woods … What could possibly go wrong?

by Philip Matthews

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Café-Nomics in Hard Times

Life behind the café counter, post GFC

by Gordon Campbell

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The Complicatist : The Spirit of Rockabilly

The sound of white trash contenders, from over 50 years ago…

by Gordon Campbell

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* * * * * WEREWOLF ISSUE 34, September 5, 2012 * * * * *

The September 2012 Edition of Werewolf

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